Christianity And The Church Sermon Essay

1404 Words Sep 2nd, 2015 null Page
Christianity has always been a large part of my life, as far back as my memories will reach. I grew up in a Christian home and we would go to church just about every week. From there, I thus knew about Christianity from your typical church atmosphere where your parents stick you in a room with other children as they go listen to the sermon. To be completely honest, I truly don’t remember learning much, but just wanting to be back home so I could play. In fact, I don’t remember where I really understood that Jesus is my saviour; all I know is that it’s a deeply ingrained fact in my mind. As I grew older, I started to sit in with my family for the “big people” sermons, yet I often didn’t pay attention for I thought it was boring. As of the present, I still think most sermons are tiresome and very few truly pique my interest. I wish I was able to be fully absorbed into a church sermon and that church was something I looked forward to every week, unfortunately, that is not the case. I understand the need of fellowship with one another and that church is an excellent way to learn about God and all of His mysterious ways, but I cannot just excite myself about the sermon. Though church is one of the primary ways I’ve heard about God, the biggest impact in my life would be Circle C Ranch, a camp that I went to for ten years and worked as a camp counselor for this summer. I started going when I was eight years old which is where I first accepted Jesus into my heart. From then on out,…

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